09/08/2012 02:39 pm ET

Mitt Romney Spanish Ad 'Ya No Más' Attacks Obama's 'Promises'

Mitt Romney's campaign released a new Spanish-language ad Saturday called “Ya No Más."

"After four years of broken promises and disappointment, we hear the testimonies of Hispanics who are not willing to give the President four more years," the Romney campaign said in a press release.

The ad marks another attempt by Romney's campaign to appeal to Latino voters. The campaign has already released other Spanish-language ads, and his son Craig has spoken Spanish at several campaign appearances, including the Republican National Convention.

Read the English translation of the ad below:


CROWD: “Obama, Obama, Obama!”

GUSTAVO PINTO: “I voted for Obama four years ago. I believed in what he said.”

SANDRA MORA: “He tells us a lot of nice things, then forgets about us.”

LILLY LOPEZ: “Obama has no idea what we are going through.”

ROBERTO SERNA: “He looks like a nice guy, but that doesn’t get us jobs.”

ALINE FERNANDEZ: “Promises and promises and nothing.”

DAN VARGAS: “Are things better off for you? Not for me.”

OLGA RODRIGUEZ: “I will not give Mr. Obama four more years.”

MITT ROMNEY: “I'm Mitt Romney and I approve this message.”


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